I hate Chip and Joanna Gaines.
E-mail [Pornography] is like a raging storm, destroying individuals and families, utterly ruining what was once wholesome and beautiful. My dear brethren, it is good to be with you in this very large priesthood meeting. I suppose this is the largest such gathering of priesthood ever assembled.
What a contrast with the occasion described by Wilford Woodruff when all of the priesthood in all the world assembled in one room in Kirtland, Ohio, to receive instruction from the Prophet Joseph.
We have heard excellent counsel tonight, and I commend it to you. As I offer concluding remarks I rather reluctantly speak to a theme that I have dealt with before. I do it in the spirit of the words of Alma, who said: It is in that spirit that I speak to you tonight.
What I have to say is not new. I have spoken on it before. The September issues of the Ensign and Liahona magazines carry a talk I gave some years ago on the same subject. Brother Oaks has touched on it tonight. While the matter of which I speak was a problem then, it is a much more serious problem now.
It grows increasingly worse. It is like a raging storm, destroying individuals and families, utterly ruining what was once wholesome and beautiful. I speak of pornography in all of its manifestations. I do so because of letters that come to me from broken-hearted wives.
I should like to read portions of one received only a few days ago. I do so with the consent of the writer. I have deleted anything that might lead to disclosure of the parties concerned. I have exercised limited editorial liberty in the interest of clarity and flow of language.
Then he came to me on that same evening to tell me he had been addicted to pornography. He needed me to forgive him [before he died]. He further said that he had grown tired of living a double life.
I could not promise him forgiveness at that moment but pleaded for time. We had only been married a couple of months when he brought home a [pornographic] magazine. I locked him out of the car because I was so hurt and angry. I was never good enough for him.
I existed for other reasons than my husband and found joy in my children, in projects and accomplishments that I could do totally on my own. Why could he not do the same for me?
All I ever wanted was to feel cherished and treated with the smallest of pleasantries … instead of being treated like some kind of chattel. Pornography is not some titillating feast for the eyes that gives a momentary rush of excitement.
What a pathetic and tragic story. I have omitted some of the detail but have read enough that you can sense her depth of feeling. And what of her husband? He has died a painful death from cancer, his final words a confession of a life laced with sin.
And sin it is.
It is totally inconsistent with the spirit of the gospel, with personal testimony of the things of God, and with the life of one who has been ordained to the holy priesthood. This is not the only letter I have received. There have been enough that I am convinced this is a very serious problem even among us.
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